National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi has questioned a case involving Vice President William Ruto over land grabbing.
Muturi revealed that the document submitted to parliament by Wajir women’s representative Fatuma Gedi had its flaws and was most likely not accepted.
In an interview with NTV on Sunday, April 17, the chairman objected to the statement she made in the document, which read, “In whose hand are you safe?”
“She came with a printed document, the first one she opened. I did not mean to offend her.
“Is this proof that the person she is talking to grabbed the land?” He questioned the President of Parliament.
Muturi further described parliamentary activities on Thursday, April 14 as a waste of public time, saying there were other issues of public importance that should be set aside to pave the way for Gedi investigations.
“There was a heavy bill that day but it is sad that we are risking the end of Parliament without passing it because you have to go to the Senate, the Children’s Bill, it took 20 years to come up with this bill.
“Members choose to do politics, in fact amidst the fuel shortage and rising cost of living. It was a total waste of public time for members to get involved in this type of theater. It did not add any value to them all,” he said. he added.
He further claimed that Gedi was funded after he (Muturi) joined Kenya First despite calls from some people asking him to join the Declaration.